[AfrICANN-discuss] ICANN Nairobi meeting faces security hoops, double standards

SM sm at resistor.net
Wed Jan 20 12:09:56 SAST 2010

At 01:24 20-01-10, Rebecca Wanjiku wrote:
>have your say....

About what? :-)

It is too easy to bash ICANN about this.  If the people coming to the 
ICANN meeting do not feel safe in a country, they will complain to 
ICANN.  Should ICANN ignore them and go ahead with the meeting?

   "The U.S. Department of State warns U.S. citizens of the risks of travel to
    Kenya.  American citizens in Kenya and those considering travel to Kenya
    should evaluate their personal security situation in light of continuing
    threats from terrorism and the high rate of violent crime."

   "There is a high threat from terrorism in Kenya. Attacks could be
    indiscriminate, including in places frequented by expatriates and
    foreign travelers." (U.K.)

The participants will be reading the above.  As you are the one on 
the ground, you would know whether it reflects the facts.


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